Using the tools of social representation theory, Willem Doise examines human rights as guiding ideas which can provide institutionalized standards. He then explores how these standards can be used to evaluate the relationship of individuals with authorities and with each other.
The Mapping of Spanish SocialPsychology through Its Conferences: A Bibliometric Perspective Íñiguez-Rueda, Lupicinio Martínez-Martínez, Luz María Muñoz-Justicia, Juan Manuel Peñaranda-Cólera, Ma Carmen Sahagún-Padilla, Miguel Angel Alvarado, José Gerardo.
The Spanish Journal of Psychology, Vol. 11, No. 1, 2008
Creativity through Applying Ideas from Fields Other Than One's Own: Transferring Knowledge from SocialPsychology to Industrial/organizational Psychology* Seijts, Gerard H. Latham, Brandon W..
Canadian Psychology, Vol. 44, No. 3, August 2003
Looking beyond Obvious Reasons for Our Behaviour; DR JIGA?BOY COLUMNIST Dr Gabriela Jiga-Boy Is a Lecturer in SocialPsychology at Swansea University and Is a Member of This Year's Welsh Crucible Group. Her Research Looks at What Motivates Our Decision-Making about Health, the Environment, and the Workplace